3 Quick Dinners to Make When You Don’t Feel Like Cooking

Do you find yourself feeling exhausted after a long day at work? If so, it’s understandable if you don’t feel like you’re in the mood to cook, or have the energy for that matter. Here are some quick dinner ideas to keep cooking to a minimum.

Honey-Chipotle Shrimp Tostadas

This intriguing mix is actually super simple to prepare. Just mix together your favorite ingredients, drizzle in a honey-chipotle sauce and pack them into some delicious fried tortillas.

Antipasto Salad

Absolutely no cooking is required for this easy recipe. Still, this salad is packed with scrumptious flavors, including creamy burrata, ice cold lettuce, Castelvetrano olives, crunchy pistachios, and more, all drizzled in the finest olive oil and balsamic vinegar.

Chicken Cutlets

Bake some chicken cutlets in the oven and grace them with some rich parmesan cheese, parsley, artichokes, and of course, some creamy artichoke dressing. What’s more, this easy recipe requires just 25 minutes of hands-on preparation on your end. Consider making a larger batch of chicken cutlets so that you have extra leftovers to pack for lunch the next day.

Salmon Cakes With Salad

If you’re not in the mood for meat, get in those omega-3s by preparing some scrumptious salmon cakes. By adding an arugula salad, you’ll enjoy a holistic meal filled with nutrients.

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